Studientag: Encounters East/West: Byzantium – Ottoman Empire

Termindetails

Wann

29.06.2018
von 13:00 bis 18:30

Art

Studientag

Wo

Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Katharina-von-Bora-Str. 10, München, Vortragssaal 242, II. OG

Termin übernehmen


 

PROGRAMM

 

13.00 Chair // Franz A. Bauer (München)
Ivan Valchev (Sofia): Roman Religious Artifacts After Antiquity (Examples from modern Bulgaria)
Georgi Sengalevich (Sofia): Signs and Symbols of the Elite on Luxury Objects of the Late Byzantine World
Ella Beaucamp (München): From Romania to Rialto and Back. Venetian Objects in Byzantine Collections (13th/14th c.)


14.30 Coffeebreak


15.00 Chair // Andrea Lermer (ZI München)
Mariya Kiprovska (Sofia): Conspicuous Display: Visual Representation and
Political Legitimacy in the Early Modern Ottoman Realm
Emine Küçükbay (Bamberg): Hilye-i Şerīf: A verbal portrait of the Prophet Muhammad from the 17th century Ottoman Empire and conceivable adaptation features of Byzantine art

Maximilian Hartmuth (Wien): Consolidating Rule, Fine-tuning Its Instruments: Monumental Architectural Projects in the Ottoman Balkans Between the Conquests of Thessaloniki (1430) and Bosnia (1463)

 

16.30 Coffeebreak


17.00  Chair // Maria Baramova (Sofia)
Annette Kranen (Berlin): History and Territory. Drawings from a French Reconnaissance Mission to the Ottoman Coasts, 1685-1687
Kirila Atanasova (Sofia): The "Forbidden" Luxury and the "Desired" Piety: Coffee and Royal Female Architectural Patronage in Istanbul's 17th-century neighborhood of Eminönü
Robert Born (Leipzig): Minarets and Fountains. Reflections on the Reception of Ottoman Architectural Forms in Eastern and Western Europe